DB stayed in bed until around 10.30. I got him up and washed him, he has just had his lunch, poached egg on toast and rice pudding, dizzy started so got him into bed.
Step son is coming this afternoon so I can go shopping, decided to go to Melton, DB likes the yogurt from Morrison, I will then go to Lidl and get the rest of what I need. I want to be ready to go as soon as he comes, he has an appointment at 4.30 and its a good 3/4 of an hours journey.
Since I had my gall bladder out some 25 years ago I occasionally get bits of what the Dr calls grit, its blooming painful, true to form I woke at 3am in quite a bit of pain, it eventually wore off, but it took me a while to get back to sleep again.
Done nothing this morning except hang out the laundry and then bring it in and fold it ready to go away. The sky is greyish but we have quite a strong wind again, the laundry dried in double quick time.
I did water the garden last night, got soaked through to my knickers, the blooming hose leaked. I need to have a look at it. I also cut the stems on the sweet peas, I am getting sick of cutting them now and the smell is beginning to bother me too.
Step son arrived on time. DB was still asleep so I left him to it and went shopping. Arrived home in time to see a van outside the bungalow, the Red Cross delivering the bed handle for DB, its been fitted. Our friends from round the corner had also called to see DB, so step son was busy making tea etc.
Every one left, just me and DB, gave him his injection, he was a bit light headed so put his relaxa chair flat for a while.
All the shopping put away, time for a tincture, well a glass of coke for me and lemonade for DB.
Today has been slightly better, I must admit it was nice to get out, even if it was only for a short time.
The proms tonight is Gershwin night, will be watching that, need to get my posh frock on and union jack ready to wave.
Pork and bean casserole for supper with Home Grown, spuds, green beans and carrots. DB can have yogurt for dessert.
The white sweet peas going up the arch.